The Caribbean’s newest destination, Amber Cove Cruise Center, is located in the Dominican Republic on the Bay of Maimon near Puerto Plata in the country’s North Coast.
The new two-berth Amber Cove Cruise Center is able to accommodate up to 8,000 cruise passengers and 2,000 crew members daily.
Amber Coast, so called for its abundance of the translucent, burnt-orange stone.
While Amber Cove and its attractions are still new, the area dates back to the 1490s. Puerto Plata was first discovered by Christopher Columbus and was the site of one of the first forts in the Americas, Fuerte de San Felipe. Today, Puerto Plata is a popular beach town, but you can still experience its Spanish colonial past with a walking tour or time spent at local museums and landmarks.
Head out to discover Damajaqua Cascades (27 Waterfalls), Ocean World Adventure Park, and the famed beaches and golf courses.
A list of shore excursions
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